Pay R32 instead of R80: Visit the award winning Grand Designs Live Show 2011 (save 60%)
- Save 60% on a ticket to the Award Winning Grand Designs Live Show 2011
- Ideal for all interior, garden, food and shopping enthusiasts
- Groupon redeemable for 1 month
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
- Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon at the door/venue
As a child you were that kid hoarding all the building blocks in the play area to build his own fortress or often thought about how you would decorate Barbie’s playhouse differently. Well, interiors and design have changed a lot since then and there’s no better place to see this than at Grand Designs Live South Africa 2011. Purchase a ticket to this exciting show for only R32 with today’s Groupon.
Of course, if your childhood didn’t consist of Barbies or Lego then do not fret. If you’ve grown up to be more of a shopping, food and garden enthusiast then you’re still more than welcome to attend. The Grand Designs Live South Africa 2011 is jam-packed with delicious foods and flavours from some of South Africa’s most popular chefs. Sit on the latest piece of furniture design while snacking on a canapé or mix and match your canapé with new paint colours and interiors on show.
Whatever it is calling you to the Grand Designs Live South Africa 2011, you can be sure that innovation and attention-grabbing features will be hiding around every corner, in every nook and hanging above every cranny. The Coca-Cola dome is a pretty big venue, and for three days it will be bursting at the seams with all the Barbie house furniture and building block master pieces you can imagine – the 8 year old designer, gardener, chef in you is about to have his/her mind blown.
Designed fact: The latest paint colour to be produced by a popular paint manufacturer is called “next door”- named so by the owner of the paint manufacturer who was jealous of his neighbour’s garage which was an off shade of purple. The name was almost “an axe to grind” after the neighbour began to mow his lawn at 5am for a week.